Eating well doesn't have to cost a bundle. Case in point: Tucson's vibrant dining scene, which offers a wide variety of good value restaurants and cafes.
If you're looking for greasy spoon breakfast fare, Tucson has several good options. BoBo's on busy Grant Avenue has a huge breakfast menu that's as delicious as it is affordable.
If you can make it to Frank's & Francisco's before 9 am on a weekday morning, you'll be rewarded with two eggs prepared in any style, served with home fries or hash browns and your choice of biscuit, toast or tortilla - all for less than two dollars.
For those days when you're craving Vietnamese cuisine, check out Miss Saigon, a longtime Vietnamese restaurant that has long been popular with University of Arizona students.
El Guero Canelo's has become a Tucson institution, recognized nationally as one of the city's top purveyors of the famous Sonoran hot dog. It's easy to come here with $10 in your pocket and leave feeling full, thanks to a budget menu of hot dogs, burritos, tacos and more. Plus, the salsa cart offers lots of free toppings, including grilled onion.